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For example, you could modify unicorn keywords to more accurately reflect your services.

The ability to hear neural chatter, understand it and perhaps even modify it could change and improve people’s lives in ways that go well beyond medical treatments.

His team uses genetically modified mice whose olfactory neurons are tinted with fluorescent proteins that light up when they engage in response to an odor.

We’ve modified our protocols throughout the season based upon the data and the learning that we’ve gotten from the testing and tracing programs.

You can also include or exclude any options that you want in your sitemap file, such as Noindex pages, last modified date, Paginated URLs, PDFs, Images, etc.

Do we critique those women who would modify themselves just to reach those standards?

My exact words were to allow ‘any fool in the world with Internet access’ to freely modify any page on the site.

Like Berners-Lee, Cunningham made his basic software available for anyone to modify and use.

McNaughton says Pennsylvania has no plans to modify its existing cocktail.

Or, you can modify that rule by observing that each work of art generates its own unique rules….

All elements of expression modify each other, so that no mere rule can cover all cases.

The treaty with Great Britain cannot modify the nature of China in a few months.

The seven godmothers could modify, but could not annul Alcuine's decree, and thus the fate of the Princess was determined.

Phrases and clauses may lose their reference by being removed from the words they modify.

If the herbage or other food affect the taste of the milk or cream, it will also modify the flavor of the cheese.


On this page you'll find 144 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to modify, such as: adapt, adjust, correct, customize, repair, and reshape.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.